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By Air

By Air International carriers flying in to Yangon, Myanmar are as follows:

  1. Air Mandalay (6T)
  2. Air Bagan (W9)
  3. Air China (CA)
  4. Bangkok Airways (PG)
  5. China Airlines (CI)
  6. China Southern Airlines (CZ)
  7. Indian Airlines (IC)
  8. Jetstar Airlines (3K)
  9. Malaysian Airlines (MH)
  10. Mandarin Airlines (AE)
  11. Myanmar Airways International (8M)
  12. Silk Air (MI)
  13. Thai Airways International (TG)
  14. Thai Air Asia (FD)
  15. Vietnam Airlines (VN)
  16. Singapore Airlines (SQ)
  17. Tiger Airlines (TR)
  18. Nok Airlines (DD)
  19. Korea Airlines (KE)
  20. Dragon Air (KA)

All the airlines landed in Yangon International Airport. Currently some of the airlines landed directly to Mandalay International Airport for Bangkok-Mandalay-Bangkok sector.

Please note that upon arrival in Myanmar, reconfirmation of all onward flight reservation is required.  Aside from domestic destinations, Air Mandalay also flies to Chiang Mai in Thailand from Yangon and Mandalay. Air Bagan also flies to Chiang Mai in Thailand and Siem Reap in Cambodia from Yangon.

By Sea

International Cruise Ships call at Yangon Port, under the arrangement with the authorized tour operators in Myanmar.

By Overland

Myanmar shares common borders with China, Lao PDR and Thailand on the northeast and east; and with Bangladesh and India on the west. At present, there are border checkpoints which allow tourists from China and Thailand to enter through these checkpoints with border passes and for third country tourists with valid passport and visa. If third country tourists want to pass through in or out Myanmar from border check point government allow Muse border check point from China, and Thachileik, Myawaddy and two others border check point in Thailand allowed with visa and special permission. Without special permission government not allow to pass in or out. We are able to apply special permission and working days can take about 4 week working days who buy the tour package services with our company.


Myanmar requires a visa for all foreigners visiting the country. It is valid for 28 days starting from the day you enter the country, three months from the date of issue. A valid passport with entry visa is required for all tourists and businessmen, applicable at any Myanmar Embassies and Consulate General Offices abroad. The international points of entry and exit Myanmar are Yangon International Airport and Mandalay International Airport. Show your passport (with valid entry visa) and disembarkation card on arrival to the Immigration officer at the International Airport (Yangon or Mandalay).


A valid passport with Entry visa is required for all tourists & businessmen, applicable at Myanmar Embassies and Consulate General Offices abroad.

E-Visa Information

Visa on Arrival

Pre arranged Visa on Arrival is granted to citizens from any country that holds ordinary passports. And tourists have to but a package tour from a travel agent under license of Ministry of Hotel and tourism. The processing time is needed at least 3 weeks. We, MANDALAY HOLIDAYS TRAVELS & TOURS is willing to assist you for this and you just send your personal details as:-

  • Official Full Name
  • Passport number
  • Date of birth
  • Place of birth
  • Nationality
  • Occupation
  • Date of passport issue
  • Date of passport expire
  • Scanned passport size photo
  • Arrival flight info (Flight Code and arrival time)

After getting data, we would apply pre arrange visa on arrival for you. As soon as visa is approved, we would send our recommendation letter to you and to airlines for boarding pass.

Currently pre-arranged visa on arrival is available to visitors from Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Australia, China, Denmark, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Norway, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, the United Kingdom and the United States of America.


The local currency in Myanmar is the Kyat (pronounced 'chat') and is divided into Pyas 100. At present the following Kyat bank notes are in general use : Ks 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500, 1,000, 5000 and 10000. The US Dollar is also widely accepted at prevailing rate. Foreign visitors are strongly advised to bring sufficient funds of US dollars in cash. Euros, SGD also widely accept as a foreign currency. Traveler's checks and others foreign currencies are not advisable as they can be difficult and time-consuming to cash. Credit cards (VISA & MASTER) are accepted in any ATMs in major cities and tourist spots.. Visa & Master card is accepted by most hotels, restaurants and shops, and the service charges may charges (6.6%). Please be warned that torn, dirty, stained, small head notes might not be accepted. Also, pre-2006 dollar bills or ones with the letters AB and CB at the start of the serial number (at the top left corner of note) may not be accepted. Euros  & SGD also widely accepted as an currency exchange counter.


  • Light, casual cotton wear because of hot weather
  • A cardigan or light jerkin, when visiting northern Myanmar in the cold season
  • An umbrella during the rainy season
  • Sandals or slippers
  • Quick drying clothes are recommended if you visit during the rainy season or Thingyan (Myanmar Water Festival)
  • The dress code for pagodas and monasteries prescribe decent apparel, no footwear is allowed when visiting pagodas and monasteries.


  • Insect repellent
  • Sun block, sunglasses, hat, umbrella
  • Personal medical kit

Most of the necessary goods are available at supermarkets and nearby stores.


4 January   Independence Day
5 January   Kayin New Year
12 February   Union Day
2 March   Peasants Day
19 March   Full Moon Day of Tabaung
27 March   Armed Forces Day
12 April - 21 April   New Year Holidays
12 April - 16 April   Thingyan Water Festival
17 April   Myanmar New Year Day
1 May   Workers’ Day
17 May   Kason Watering Festival - Full Moon Day of Kason
15 July   Dhammasakyar Day - Full Moon Day of Second Waso
19 July   Martyr's Day
12 October   Abhidhamma Day - Full Moon Day of Thadingyut
10 November   Tazaungdine Festival - Full Moon Day of Tazaungmone
1 December   National Day
25 December   Christmas Day



Jewelleries, electrical goods and cameras must be declared at the airport. Antiques and archaeologically valuable items are not allowed to be taken out. Duty free allowance are 2 bottles of liquor, 2 cartons of cigarettes, 100 cigars, 1.5 lb of tobacco, one pint bottle of perfume or eau de cologne.


Most travelers will need vaccinations for hepatitis A, typhoid fever, and polio, as well as medications for malaria prophylaxis and travelers’ diarrhea. Other immunizations may be necessary depending upon the circumstances of the trip and the medical history of the traveler. Insect repellents are recommended, in conjunction with other measures to prevent mosquito bites. All travelers should visit their personal physician 4-8 weeks before your trip. The sun can be remarkably hot and a hat and high-factor block cream is advisable.


A.C 220 - 250V 50Hz. The Power Line is 440V.


Local telephone network allow any International roaming (GSM, WCDMA). So, cell phone can bring from oversea are able to use within Myanmar. But roaming charges is a little bit expensive than other countries, and more convenience for Tourist to rent mobile phone or one used SIM card at the airport.


E-Visa Information

evisaMinistry of Immigration has launched e-Visa on 1st September 2014. Only Tourist Visa is allowed and the citizens of 67 countries are eligible to apply e-Visa online.

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Our clients say:-


Jan 23, 2016

Thanks ever so much May for excellent services. Very, very nice meeting you at last! Here is our recommendation to MANDALAY HOLIDAYS,

This was the second time me and my husband arranged our four week trip to Myanmar through Mandalay Holidays. We are very grateful to May and her colleagues for providing such an excellent services. That is booking of hotels, airplane tickets, taxi, bus tickets boat trip and guides.

This Dec/Jan we visited Golden Rock, Ngwe Saung, Ngapali, Sittwe, Maruk-U and Myeik . Last year we went to Yangon, Bagan, Inle lake, Kalaw and Ngapali. ,

As last year all the arrangments went smooth and perfect. We have not one singel thing to complain about and are very happy to recommend Mandalay Holidays to everyone visiting beautiful Myanmar.

If further questions please send me an e-mail,

Louise Ungerth & Ulf Brangenfeldt
Sweden "

Lots of good wishes May.

Jan 01, 2016

Thanks May, and I wish you some great business for 2016 ... You deserve it ... We had a great time and your services were outstanding!

Charlotte and Eric (Switzerland)

Jan 12, 2016

Dear May,

My turn to wish you and your team all the very best for 2016.

I take this opportunity to thank you for all the arrangements you made for us in Myammar, especially in having appointed Bobo as a guide, he is great.
Just for your info the hotel in Mandalay should not be used for a certain time because they are building a new part of the hotel and it surely will be very noisy the next months....

I keep your contacts ,first to give them to friends if they wish to travel in Myramar, they surely can contact you directly, and also for myself as I intend to return toThandwe to the beach and will need you help for flights etc.

All the best and kind regards

sylvia Milko (Switzerland)

Dec 4, 2015
Hi May

Please take a look at the attached. Let me know if anything confusing.

"Thitsar" is me .


Our 14 day trip in Myanmar was fabulous. Mandalay Holidays listened to what we were asking for. We always travel on our own but this trip was in 5 different cities from mountains to the lake and then the beach. We knew that we needed assistance for the trip as Myanmar is just developing in tourism and most of things like in-country flight options are pretty restricted. Traveling to and around Myanmar is not necessarily as convenient as in other countries. MH helped us with everything from soup to nuts. They handled every single details perfectly starting from air tickets, ferry tickets, rental cars, hotels, private boat excursions, just to name a few. It would have been incredibly time- consuming trying to do everything ourselves. MH made our lives easier.

They also got nice partners everywhere we hit. During 4 day boat trip in Inle Lake which is in remote area of the country, my stomach had a little problem and needed ORS powder. The boat driver, U Pa Soe, tried his best to bring me to get a professional treatment which was absolutely hard to do there. First he brought me to the community hospital but the doctor was not on duty. He then arranged me to see the only nurse of that village but unluckily she just had pills not fit to my symptoms (but I got full attention and sympathy of her family members instead ;) ). In the gloomy sky and very cold weather, he managed to hop me from village to village until I finally found what I want. So impressive!
Since then MH is our best choice for exploring Myanmar many times. Just give them our interests and leave it to them!

Thitsar, Bangkok

November 26, 2014

Dear Adam,
Axiata Group Board of Directors Meeting, Myanmar 20-24 Nov
As you know, Axiata Group Board of Directors had chosen Myanmar as the location for their last Board of Directors Meeting in 2014 and the board meeting included tours of Yangon and Bagan. The event went well and has just successfully concluded. The Board of Directors and I are very pleased with the services rendered by MANDALAY HOLIDAYS during our stay and I would like to convey our appreciation to your team headed by Ms. May Oo Thaw who worked very hard to ensure we had a safe and comfortable stay.

My team informed me that it has been very challenging to put this event together as November is peak season over there in Myanmar and we did trouble you with some last minute changes and demands for only the best for our Board of Directors. Nevertheless, MANDALAY HOLIDAYS had responded in the most efficient manner and delivered beyond our expectation.

Ms. May has been very diligent and hands on in managing this event and had assembled a team of experienced people, particularly. A few of the board members are already planning a return trip to Bagan on their own and I’m sure they’ll be more than happy to use the services of MANDALAY HOLIDAYS. Special thanks to May, Steven and Banya for their dedication and to you for facilitating a successful meeting and a memorable of Myanmar.

Warmest regards,

Dato Sri Jamaludin Ibrahim
President & Group Chief Executive Officer
Ms. Suryani Hussein
Secretary of BoD (

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Yangon, The Republic of Union of Myanmar.
Tel: +95 1 291193​, +95 1 8398603​
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